Inis Dornglais ro gab Crimthann
- Early Irish
A brief prose passage found in the Book of Leinster, which summarises events in the power struggles between Brían, Fíachra and Ailill, sons of Eochaid Mugmédon, including the poisoning of Crimthann mac Fidaig, king of Ireland, by his sister Mongfhind. The text highlights some of the place-names in that story. Because the manuscript page is worn at the right edge, the text is now partly illegible.
- Inis Dornglais ro gab Crimthann mac Fidaig for maccaib Echach Mugmedoin
- Early Irish
Aided Chrimthaind maic Fhidaig ⁊ trí mac Echach MuigmedóinAided Chrimthaind maic Fhidaig ⁊ trí mac Echach Muigmedóin
A Middle Irish prosimetric saga about the infighting between the sons of Eochaid Mugmedón in their struggle for dominance, the roles of Mongfhind (mother of four of them) and her brother Crimthann in this conflict, and the fates of Brían, Fíachra, Ailill and their sons.
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